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Better than Art Basel
Contact Us,Art Basel's satellite fairs have been growing for years and have spread across Miami like the world's most fetching fungus. Without doubt, there's something to satisfy every artistic temperament: cautious newcomers, counterculture rebels, and highbrow connoisseurs. So here, then, are our top 11 alternatives to the Miami Beach Convention Center.
1. Red Dot Miami. December 5 at 3011 NE First Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $15 to $25. This boutique clambake with the allure of a parking lot fire sale is an approachable, down to earth fair partnering this year with GreenMiami, a pet project of former Mayor Manny Diaz. The opening reception's donations will benefit the City of Miami Tree Trust Fund, helping to support Miami's dedication to preserving trees within the urban jungle. In conjunction with the Miami International Film Festival, there will be a special film and photography program in the midst of more than 40 modern and contemporary booths carrying traditional paintings, works on paper, and sculptures.
2. Scope Miami. December 5 at 3055 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $15 to $20. Without a doubt, this is the most internationally recognized satellite fair. It was founded ten years ago by art world renegade Alexis Hubshman and is now helmed by director Mollie White. Five editions of Scope are held throughout the year in New York City; Basel,cartier mens gold chain replica, Switzerland; the Hamptons; London; and Miami. projects cofounder Daria Brit Shapiro. Expect mind bending sculptures (such as Karyn Olivier's Doubleslide); provocative video projects (such as Monika Bravo's The Vortex); and Miami's favorite fashion designer, Karelle Levy, with her sixth Quickie Couture operation. Oliver's hysterically flamboyant performance artists Eva + Adele (husband and wife hermaphrodites who have dressed alike, quite fabulously, for the past 15 years) will likely grace every major fair with their playful antics. Expect celebrity collage portraits, life size dummies, and guerrilla style installations.
4. Pulse Miami. December 5 at 1400 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $10 to $15. Now in its sixth incarnation, one of Wynwood's lights out fairs roars back with more than 80 galleries from across the globe and with a section celebrating the incorporeal human body and skull staving lineup of video presentations. Pulse Miami promises to be one of the swankiest satellite fairs on the circuit this December. Gansevoort South will host parties for exhibitors and VIPs, and the fair has a haute list of sponsors, including Jaguar, Artnet, and the Epic Hotel. But don't be fooled by the glitz: This show presents powerful contemporary photography (arguably the fair's primary focus), installation, and mixed media works. Gallery Diet, featuring a special installation from Christy Gast for Pulse Projects, and Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts will represent the 305. Be sure to check out the Impulse section, where galleries present solo exhibitions of artists' work created in the past two years, as well as the Pulse Play> video lounge, featuring "Water on the Mind" videos about the emotions inspired by the Gulf oil spill.
5. Aqua Art Fair. December 5 at 1530 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Tickets cost $10. Now in its sixth year, this breezy, indie soiree returns to its roots on South Beach after a brief stay away. It features mostly fresh produce from West Coast purveyors in a laid back, hypercozy hotel courtyard display. Expect affordable, offbeat works, with a few iconic names such as Diane Arbus, Frank Stella, Ansel Adams, and Henri Cartier Bresson thrown into the mix. Forty three galleries from across the United States and Canada offer an enticing alternative. Within walking distance of Art Basel, this is a healthy dose of the hip and underground.
6. Art Asia Miami. December 5 at 2901 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $15 to $100. Art Asia, established in 2008, is one of Miami's newest fairs. As its name suggests, the fair showcases galleries and artists from the Eastern Hemisphere, including Taiwan, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Seoul,love fake necklace, Moscow, and Istanbul. A new curatorial platform, Art Asia Presents, will feature mixed media project Ecstasy by Feizi Gallery's Li Xin and large scale installation Traverse by Galerie Kashya Hildebrand's Meeson Pae Yang. One show stopping sculpture displayed at last year's Art Asia included a giant cube made of ivory mahjong tiles with a telescopic hole on each side all pointing toward a miniature stereoscopic image of a Chinese couple getting it on.
7. Littlest Sister 10 Invitational. December 5 at 155 NE 38th St., Miami. Free admission. Perhaps the smallest art fair on the planet, this runty sibling to Basel is no amateur hour. Expect to find stocking stuffer works by the Magic City's crackerjack talent and at bargain basement prices. Littlest Sister, the self proclaimed "baby sibling" to Art Basel Miami Beach, is also the only fair housed in the polished surroundings of the Design District. With only eight booths in the Spinello Gallery, it's the perfect introduction to those new to the art fair circuit. More cunning aficionados will certainly appreciate the gutsy works curated by Anthony Spinello. An art fair with attitude, the third edition of Littlest Sister promises Miami artists Farley Aguilar, Typoe, Agustina Woodgate, and Federico Nessi, who will appear alongside emerging artists from across the nation such as David Leroi and Saul Chernick. The Littlest Sister Sculpture Project features Pablo Cano, Eric Doeringer, and Pachi Giustinian.
8. Verge Art Fair. December 5 at 1732 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Tickets cost $5 to $20. This nifty tossed salad of offerings strikes palatable balances that won't leave you feeling hungry for fresher talent a half hour after leaving. If Verge Art Fair is good enough for Charles Saatchi and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, surely local and visiting art lurkers can keep pace with this showcase of exclusively emerging artists. With fairs held in New York and Basel each year, Verge swells with unique works and projects, riding its popularity from its Miami debut last year. The small, fashionable Catalina Hotel in Miami Beach will host this year's Verge. The fair includes a drawing show,necklace love cartier replica, highlighting the oft overlooked medium, and a DIY event founded by the show's creators, Edouard Steinhauer and Michael Workman.
9. Art Miami. December 5 at 3101 NE First Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $10 to $40. Art Miami, now in its 21st year, features modern and contemporary paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, and prints from Europe, Asia, Latin America, India, the Middle East, and the United States. It packs some serious star power on both artistic and pop culture fronts. This year's artists include Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Sol LeWitt, and Robert Rauschenberg. And don't miss South Florida art godmother Bernice Steinbaum's booth. The fair is also stretching its arms to the Mandarin Oriental for an Asian art exhibit, curated by Lowe Art Museum director Brian A. Dursum. Art Miami's own curator, Julia Draganovic, heads the video program at the fair, titled "In What We Trust."
10. NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance). December 5 at 6701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Free admission. Held at the Deauville Beach Resort,necklace fake love, the epitome of Rat Pack panache, NADA boasts booths arranged as gaudy French ballrooms featuring opulent chandeliers hanging over edgy art that clashes delightfully with its surroundings. Miami's own Bas Fisher Invitational and Twenty Twenty Projects will join more than 90 exhibitors presenting affordable but stunningly edgy and elegant contemporary projects. On December 3, nonprofit photography project Humble Arts Foundation will debut Manual Transmission Miami, an intriguing mixed media installation/performance projecting original works onto screens surrounding the Deauville's pool area. With a mission that states, "We believe the adversarial approach to exhibiting and selling art has run its course," this fair is sure to deliver some subversive visuals.
11. Design Miami/. December 5 at Meridian Avenue and 19th Street, Miami Beach. Tickets cost $15 to $25. This year, the fair features an interactive, multimedia project from fashion house Fendi and New York architects Aranda/Lasch, who have also designed a special "mini city" pavilion that serves as the exhibition venue itself.
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